September 30, 2020

Amber Caron’s Fiction in The Threepenny Review

The Threepenny Review cover

Amber Caron, an instructor in the Department of English who is currently teaching undergraduate courses on fiction writing, has just published a short story, “The Stonemason’s Wife,” in the Fall 2020 issue of The Threepenny Review, one of the country’s most prestigious and competitive literary journals. Caron’s work has appeared in multiple other venues, including PEN America Best Debut Short StoriesAGNI, Southwest ReviewKenyon Review Online, and Longreads, Writer’s Chronicle. She is the recipient of the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers, Southwest Review’s McGinnis-Ritchie Award for fiction, and grants from the Elizabeth George Foundation and the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund. She has recently been selected by the writer Pam Houston for the Mill House Residency, a two-week writing residency in Bend, Oregon, sponsored by Writing by Writers. She is also the Program Coordinator for USU’s Center for Intersectional Gender Studies & Research, and an Assistant Fiction Editor at AGNI.


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